Archive for the ‘Giveaways’ Category
I totally love the Kidorable brand but not for just all my rain boots and jackets needs for my kids. In fact, My children have been keeping cozy and warm (and not to mention looking super adorable) this chilly Fall season while sporting Kidorable’s knitwear sets! Yes, they offer those adorable kid and mommy loved design favorites in more than just rain gear, who knew?
The knitwear sets offered by Kidorable come in nearly 20 different design themes with quite a variety to chose from for both boys and girls. Sizing is available in small (ages three to five), medium (ages six to eight) and large (ages nine and up). You can purchase a set for $34.50 or you can buy each piece separately depending on your preference. I would have to say that’s a great price for such an adorable well-made quality hat, scarf, and pair of gloves! Read the rest of this entry »
Impromptu singalongs and toe tapping have been going on in my household anytime I pop The Sounding Joy by Elizabeth Mitchell & Friends into our CD player. This delightful collection of Christmas songs and folk carols come out of the Ruth Crawford Seeger’s 1953 songbook American Folk Songs for Christmas. What a joy and privilege to listen such heartfelt songs of Christ’s birth and of those sung in celebration during the month of December to celebrate solstice so many years ago. Read the rest of this entry »
I have a nearly three year old little boy and he loves playing in the dirt whether digging, scooping, pouring running vehicles over, under, and through. Loud noises? Yes, he’ll often pretend to be a monster or a large dinosaur on occasion stomping and roaring as he goes! So, when I heard about an exciting line of vehicles that were part dinosaur and part construction I knew my son would be in great favor of playing with them!
Dino Construction Company Brachiosaurus Backhoe Vehicle from the Dino Construction Company has been quite the hit in our home. Though, not just with my son but also with my five year old daughter! This toy is pretty impressive and has been well loved. The play-ability factor is endless (especially if your little one like to use their imagination a lot) and the toy hasn’t gotten boring or old to my kids since they’ve gotten it (about two weeks since this review). Read the rest of this entry »